Enclosures and mounting boxes / Flush mounting boxes / For masonry walls
Flush mounting box 3M light blue
3-module flush mounting box, (Glow Wire 650 °C), for masonry walls, light blue
- Plenty of space of internal wiring
- Wide range of accessories available: anti-mortar covers, coupling joints to create multiple series of boxes
- Knockouts designed for the insertion of pipes with various cross-sections
- Rack for fixing the dividing screen (patented)
- Fixing lug of the support screws with zinc-plating treatment to prevent the thread from clogging during installation and favour screwing
3 - Active
Box/housing for built-in mounting in the wall/ceiling
Flush mounted (plaster)
Device connection box (round/square)
Provided with revolving ring
0,00 - 49,80 mm
For number of electric fittings
Mounting switching equipment
Housing feed-through by break-out opening
Housing feed-through by seal membrane
Housing feed-through by nozzle
Housing feed-through by step membrane
For tube diameter
Pipe locking optional
Inlet from the rear
Number of inlets
Number of included spouts
Degree of protection (IP)
Max. conductor cross section
Number of poles of the clamp
Clamp position fixed
Luminaire hook mounting
With nail lugs
43. UKCA mark - Great Britain
Minimum order quantity: 15 NR
||What do I need to install the warning light assembly (article 02084)?
||The LED light (article 02084) can be installed on surface and flush mounting in a 3-module box (article V71303).
||Can box V71303 also be used outdoors?
||Flush mounting box V71303 is for both indoor and outdoor use.
||Where do you insert the pipes in flush mounting box V71303?
||Through the knockouts (which can be knocked out without the need for any tools) designed for the insertion of various section pipes on each side with differentiated diameters.
||Can electrically separate compartments be created?
||Yes, electrically separate modular compartments can be created using dividing screen V71550 secured to a patented rack.
||Is use on plasterboard walls acceptable?
||Mounting box V71303 is envisaged for masonry walls and not plasterboard walls, which require a higher resistance on the part of the insulating material to abnormal heat and fire.
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